A Primary Care Provider Taking
Great Care of You and Your Family
Call: (802) 866-3000
4628 Main Street S
Newbury, VT 05051-0000

A Family Medicine Primary Care Clinic in Newbury, Vermont

The Newbury Health Clinic is a primary care facility in Newbury, Vermont, founded by Melanie Lawrence, MD. Our office provides family medicine including pediatric, adult and elder care. We offer comprehensive, evidence-based health care for the whole family from infancy to end-of-life. Additionally, we collaborate with in-house therapists offering mental health counseling, nutrition counseling, massage therapy, exercise therapy and reiki. The Newbury Health Clinic is your Patient Centered Medical Home. The American Academy of Family Medicine promotes access to quality Medical Homes for all children, youth and adults.

Services We Provide:

 • Annual Physicals  • Immunizations  • Dermatology  • Joint Injections  • Same Day Appts

 • Family Planning

Friendly & Compassionate

Newbury Health Clinic Mission Statement: We are committed to providing competent, comprehensive and accessible health  care.  Our dedicated team works with patients and their families to improve and maintain a healthy lifestyle through an open and responsive partnership. Our professional staff uses the latest innovative technology to offer high-quality medical care to members of the community, fostering an environment of trust and responsibility.

Our Staff:

  • Dr. Melanie Lawrence, MD, MF-Board Certified in Family Medicine 
  • Cheryl Thornton, Medical Assistant
  • Melissa Gordon, Practice Manager, Medical Assistant
  • Allison Hirschman, Front Desk Coordinator

Flu and You

Flu Symptoms can include: fever, sore throat, cough, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills, fatigue and sometimes diarrhea and vomiting

Emergency signs in Children: Fast breathing or trouble breathing, bluish skin color, not drinking enough fluids, not waking or not interacting, being so irratable child does not want to be held, Symptoms improve then return with fever and worse cough, fever with rash

Emergency signs in Adults: Difficulty Breathing or Shortness of Breath, Pain or pressur ein the chest or abdoman, sudden dizziness, confusion, severe or persistant vomiting, Symptoms improve then return with fever and worse cough.

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FLU Shots are Still Available for Patients.

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Clinic, Primary Care in Newbury, VT

Office Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday 7:30 a.m. -5 p.m.  Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.-11a.m.

After Hours:

1. Please refer to your care plan developed by Dr. Lawrence. 2. Please call 866-3014 and if any staff member is still present, she will respond. Call Dr. Lawrence on her cell 802-280-5885. 3. In an emergency, go to the nearest Emergency Room or dial 911.